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  • What is spousal support and how is it decided upon?

    In Ontario, a spousal relationship is viewed as an economic or financial partnership. When you and your partner decide to separate or divorce, either one of you may or may not be eligible to receive spousal support. Spousal support can be a tricky and complicated process as many factors can impact i … Read more »

  • How to keep your home in the divorce

    It’s a common impasse couples reach during their divorce: who gets to keep the house. Many, if not most of us have sentimental ties with the house we raised a family in. But amongst other changes already happening in your life because of your divorce, you may not want to have to change your address … Read more »

  • Why you should review and update your will

    A will is an important document to have in order before you pass away to ensure that your assets and estate are inherited by the right people, quickly and efficiently. Without a will, you could drag out the probate process for your family, costing them time and money which could easily be avoided wi … Read more »

  • How to help your kids through a divorce

    One of the most difficult steps of the divorce process is having to tell your children about your separation. Many parents put this step off for as long as possible to avoid hurting their kids. However, the way you approach this step will decide how your children are affected by your divorce and how … Read more »

  • 5 things to think about when creating a separation agreement

    So, you and your partner have decided to go your separate ways. Falling out of love with someone is never easy, and it can take a very large emotional toll on you. However, instead of filing for divorce, you’ve decided to instead get a formal separation as a starting point. A divorce is when the cou … Read more »